Drosera binata var. dichotoma ‘Giant’
A monster of a forked sundew, D. binata dichotoma ‘Giant’ generates forked sundew leaves up to two feet long with four to twelve forks. Since individual leaves fan out from the central growth point, you can end up with 4 foot sundews! It is also commonly referred to as Drosera dichotoma, Drosera ‘Giant,’ and the staghorn sundew.
The natural habitat for these globes of flypaper is New South Wales, Australia, where many thousands of them can be found hanging from wet canyon cliffs.